Hair & Body
Slimming & Body Contouring
Stubborn localized fat such as muffin top, love handle and arms are incredibly frustrating.
Especially after you eat clean and exercise regularly, these stubborn fat never seems to go away.
This stubborn fat, also known as subcutaneous fat, is usually fat under the skin that is pinchable. Did you know it can be reduced permanently?
- Mesolipolysis ( Localized fat melting injection)
Hair loss and hair thinning is a common problem for male and females. As we age, hair follicles may undergo changes just like any other organ in our body.
There are 3 phases of hair growth, namely Anagen, Catagen and Telogen.
To date, there are many researches ongoing to identify causes of hair loss. Some of the common causes of hair loss is due to genetics, hormones, stress or even underlying medical conditions such as fungal infections, hypothyroidism, seborrhoiec dermatitis etc.
- Regenera Activa
- Topical solutions
Some people naturally have bigger bulk of trapezius muscles genetically whilst some are due to unhealthy posture like hunching over time.
This has become a common sight for the coming generation as our phones become our priority and we often hunch or lean forward to use our phones.
Some severe cases can result in upper crossed syndrome aka ‘turtle neck’.
The muscles in the neck, shoulders, and chest become deformed, usually as a result of poor posture.
Gastrocnemius is the chief calf muscle of the leg.
Some people have bulkier calf muscles due to prolonged wear of heels, sports or genetics.
Calves have a layer of subcutaneous fat too but this does not account much for the bulky size hence liposuction may not work too well.
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